After an astonishing four-week run, Danielle Bradbery's video for 'Young in America' has won its way into the Video Shootout Hall of Fame.

The clip debuted in the Shootout the week of June 16, defeating videos from Martina McBride and Dierks Bentley by winning a whopping 68% of the vote.

The following week was an even bigger victory, as the video went head-to-head with clips from Luke Bryan and Lady Antebellum and took more than 84% of the vote. In its third week, 'Young in America took on videos from Tim McGraw and Miranda Lambert, taking 70% of the total vote.

Bradbery completed her run last week, capturing more than 84% of the vote against clips from Justin Moore and Parmalee. According to the rules of the Video Shootout, the clip has now been retired into the Video Shootout Hall of Fame so that other videos can compete.

The news makes Bradbery the first-ever double inductee into the Video Shootout Hall of Fame. Her debut video, 'The Heart of Dixie,' was inducted in February. Other videos that have won their way into the Hall of Fame include Jamie Lynn Spears' 'How Could I Want More,' Scotty McCreery's clip for 'See You Tonight' and Chris Young's video for 'Who I Am With You.'

Congratulations to Danielle Bradbery!